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Pin-connected

Pin-connected is a type of construction where many of the truss members (especially the high-load members) are connected together by a pin, or bolt, that passes through holes in each of the members. This pin is typically threaded on both ends, smooth in the middle, and a lomas nut is used to tighten the members together.

Greycliff Bridge (Sweet Grass County, Montana)
Built 1911 by the Security Bridge Co.; relocated here 1918; replaced 1991
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Yellowstone River on CR 001
Replaced by new bridge

Gridley Bridge (DeKalb County, Missouri)
Built 1891-92 by the Dildine Bridge & Construction Co.; rehabilitated 1987; replaced 1994
Lost through truss over Grindstone Creek on Gridley Road, northwest of Cameron
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Griffis-Fountain Chunky River Bridge (Newton County, Mississippi)
Built 1922
Through truss bridge over Chunky River on Griffis-Fountain Road at Chunky
Open to traffic

Grigsby Ford Bridge (Hot Spring County, Arkansas)
Built 1909; replaced 2000
Lost three-span through truss bridge over Ouachita River on Grigsby Ford Road (CR 30) southwest of Malvern
Replaced by a modern bridge

Grimes Road Bridge (Frederick County, Maryland)
Built 1914; rehabilitated 1994
Steel Truss (Open grate deck) over Toms Creek on Grimes Road
Open to traffic

Grimms Bridge (Columbiana County, Ohio)
Built 1884 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1960 and 1997
Through truss bridge over Little Beaver Creek on Grimms Bridge Road (TR 1042) in Calcutta
Open to traffic

Groton Bridge (New London County, Connecticut)
Built 1889 for the New York, Providence & Boston Railroad; Replaced by the railroad 1919 and converted to road use; Replaced 1943
Pratt through truss bridge over Thames River on New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad
Replaced by a new bridge

Grove Road Bridge (Essex County, New York)
Built 1879 by King Iron Bridge & Manufacturing Co.; Bypassed 1987; replaced 1993
Pratt Through truss bridge over East Branch AuSable River on Grove Road
Replaced by a new bridge

GSM - Tuckasegee River Bridge (Ela) (Swain County, North Carolina)
Built 1900 by Edge Moor Bridge Works
Warren through truss bridge over Tuckasegee River on Great Smoky Mountains Railroad
Open to traffic

Guadalupe River Bridge (Guadalupe County, Texas)
Through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Bridge Road
Closed to all traffic

Guadalupe River Bridge (Gonzales County, Texas)
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Guadalupe River on Road
Abandoned

Gualala Road Bridge (Mendocino County, California)
Built in this location 1940
Pratt Through truss bridge over North Fork Gualala River on Gualala Road
Open to traffic

Gugel Bridge (Saginaw County, Michigan)
Built 1904
Through truss bridge over Cass River on Beyer Road
Open to pedestrians

Gulpha Creek US 270 Bridge (Garland County, Arkansas)
Lost through truss bridge over Gulpha Creek on US 270
No longer exists

Guthrie Creek Bridge (Lawrence County, Indiana)
Built 1897 by the Lafayette Bridge Co.; Replaced in 2017
Through truss bridge over Guthrie Creek on CR 1050 East
Replaced by a new bridge

Guyers Ford Bridge (Cooper County, Missouri)
Built or relocated here in 1921; closed to traffic April 5, 2010
Lost through truss bridge over Petite Saline Creek on Guyers Ford Road
Removed but not replaced

H Avenue Bridge (Iowa County, Iowa)
Abandoned in the 1970s
Abandoned pratt through truss bridge over Big Bear Creek on H Avenue
Abandoned, deck partially burned

Hadley Bow Bridge (Saratoga County, New York)
Built 1885 by the Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; closed 1983; Reconstructed 2006
Pin connected Lenticular half-through truss bridge over Sacandaga River on Old Corinth Road at Hadley
Open to traffic

Hale Street Bridge (Middlesex County, Massachusetts)
Built 1892; rehabilitated 1965; Replaced 1997
Lost Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Boston & Maine Railroad/Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority on YMCA Drive/Hale Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Half Mound Bridge (Jefferson County, Kansas)
Purchased from a company in Nebraska and erected by Jefferson County in 1935. Replaced by a new bridge in 1983.
Lost Baltimore through truss bridge over Delaware River on Half Mound Road (FAS 1325)
Removed and replaced by new bridge on new alignment

Half Road Bridge (Monroe County, Michigan)
Built 1910
Pony truss bridge over North Macon Creek on Half Road
Removed To Be Dismantled and Stored For Future Restoration

Halls Creek Bridge (Jefferson County, Alabama)
Built 1902, relocated to current site in 1975
Pratt through truss bridge over Halls Creek in Tannehill State Park
Open to one-way traffic into Tannehill State Park parking lot

Hamden Road Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1885; rehabilitated 1993
two span pin connected Pratt pony truss bridge with Phoenix columns over South Branch Raritan River on Hamden Road
Open to traffic

Hamilton Bridge (Sullivan County, Indiana)
Built in 1886 by the Wrought Iron Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over Busseron Creek on CR 300 South
Abandoned with portions of deck missing

Hamilton Road Bridge (Allen County, Indiana)
Built 1883 by the Smith Bridge Company; rehabilitated 1999
Pratt through truss bridge over Eight Mile Creek on Hamilton Road
Open to traffic

Hamilton Street Bridge (3rd) (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania)
Built ca 1869; Replaced 1902
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Lehigh River on Hamilton Street
Replaced by a new bridge

Hamp Road Bridge (Hunterdon County, New Jersey)
Built 1900; rehabilitated 1994
Pony truss bridge over Alexauken Creek on Hamp Road
Open to traffic

Hampden RR - Bircham Bend Bridge (Hampden County, Massachusetts)
Built 1912, lost 1920s
Lost Baltimore deck truss bridge over Chicopee River on Hampden Railroad
Demolished

Hampton Avenue Bridge (Greenville County, South Carolina)
Installed 1909 (Likely relocated and modified); closed to traffic 1994; removed 2012
Lost through truss bridge over Norfolk Southern Railway on Hampton Ave (S-23-47) in Greenville
Removed but not replaced

Hanalei River Bridge (Kauai County, Hawaii)
Built 1912
Pratt Through truss bridge over Hanalei River on Kuhio Highway
Open to traffic

Hanging Rock Bridge (Johnson County, Iowa)
Built 1903; Removed during the 1960s
Lost Pratt through truss bridge over Iowa River on Red Star Route
Removed

Hanover Bridge (Wright County, Minnesota)
Built 1885 by the Morse Bridge Co. of Youngstown, Ohio. Closed to traffic in December 1966.
Through truss bridge over Crow River at Hanover in St. Michael
Open to pedestrians only

Happy Valley Cutoff Road Bridge (El Dorado County, California)
Built or relocated here in 1930
Deck truss bridge over Camp Creek on Happy Valley Cutoff Road
Open to traffic

Harahan Bridge (Shelby County, Tennessee)
Completed 1916 under the direction of engineer Ralph Modjeski
Cantilevered through truss railroad bridge over the Mississippi River at Memphis
Open to railroad traffic on two tracks; road deck rebuilt for pedestrian use

Hardin City Bridge (Hardin County, Iowa)
Built 1879; relocated 1989 to a location one mile from its original location
Relocated through truss bridge northwest of Steamboat Rock
Relocated to a wildlife refuge just off the street. Bridge is derelict but may be relocated to a park or bike trail in the future

Hardy Bridge (Sharp County, Arkansas)
Built 1916; destroyed by flooding in 1982
Lost two-span through truss bridge over Spring River on Spring Street in Hardy
Destroyed by flooding

Harley Creek Road Bridge (Cascade County, Montana)
Built 1909
Pratt pony truss bridge over Belt Creek on Harley Creek Road
Open to traffic

Harmar Bridge (Washington County, Ohio)
Built 1913; Donatd by B&O and converted to pedestrian use 1962; Rehabbed in 2007
Pratt through truss bridge with manual swing draw span over Muskingum River on Railroad now pedestrian only
Open to pedestrians only

Harmon Road Bridge (Washington County, Arkansas)
Built 1938; damaged by accident in 2003 and replaced
Lost through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Harmon Road (CR 31) west of Fayetteville
Replaced by new bridge

Harris Ford Bridge (Monroe County, Indiana)
Originally built in Warren County, IN in 1887 and moved to Monroe County in 2003. Installed on site of original Illinois Central Railroad(Bloomington Southern) ROW and bridge site. Line accessed former quarry South of this location.
Pratt through truss bridge over Clear Creek on Clear Creek Trail in Bloomington
Open to pedestrians

Harris Street Bridge (Bristol County, Massachusetts)
Built 1887
Truss bridge over Taunton River
Intact but closed to all traffic

Harrison Road Bridge (Coles County, Illinois)
Built 1898
Lost Camelback through truss bridge over Embarras River on E. Harrison Road in Charleston
Bypassed and abandoned, later removed

Hart Road Bridge (Martin County, Indiana)
Built ca.1900 by the Champion Bridge Company; rehabilitated 1993
Two-span pony truss bridge over Boggs Creek on CR 450 West
Open to traffic

Hart's Bridge (Covington County, Alabama)
Bypassed by new bridge in 1977
Abandoned camelback through truss bridge over Conecuh River on Hart's Bridge Rd
Abandoned

Hartman Road Bridge (Ray County, Missouri)
Built 1893 by John Dildine and Company of Cameron, Missouri; replaced 1993
Lost through truss over Crooked River on Hartman Road just south of Route FF, northeast of Rayville
Replaced by a concrete bridge

Hartmann's Ford Bridge (Franklin County, Missouri)
Built 1916 by Miller & Borcherding Bridge Builders; replaced 1997
Lost through truss bridge over Bourbeuse River on North Bend Road near Union
Replaced by a new bridge

Harts Mill Bridge (Clinton County, Iowa)
Pony truss bridge over Harts Mill Creek on Harts Mill Road
No longer exists

Harvey Island Road Bridge (Marion County, Iowa)
Built 1878 by the American Bridge Works. for the CRI&P Railroad; Converted for vehicular use in 1938
Four-span wrought-iron through truss bridge over the old channel of the Des Moines River on Harvey Island Road
Open to one-lane traffic on a minimum-maintenance road

Hatfield Bridge (Sequatchie County, Tennessee)
Built 1893, as an alternative to a timber bridge and another iron bridge proposed for this crossing
Abandoned Pratt through truss bridge over Sequatchie River
Abandoned

Haupt Creek Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Built 1880, relocated 1909 to Monte Rio, relocated 1937 to this location
Pinned Pratt through truss bridge over Haupt Creek on Stewart Point Skagg Springs Road
Open to traffic

Haw Creek Whipple Railroad Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built ca. 1880's, replaced in 2006
Lost Whipple through truss bridge over Haw Creek on former Pennsylvania Railroad in Columbus
Replaced by new bridge

Hawk Drive Bridge (Van Buren County, Iowa)
Built 1906
Through truss bridge over Coppers Creek on Hawk Drive
Closed to all traffic

Hawkeye Avenue Bridge (Floyd County, Iowa)
Built 1903; Rehabilitated 1952
Closed through truss bridge over Shell Rock River on Hawkeye Avenue in Nora Springs
Closed to traffic

Hawkins Ford Bridge (Christian County, Missouri)
Built 1915 by the Canton Bridge Co.; relocated here in 1966
Two-span pony truss bridge over Finley Creek on Seneca Road
Closed

Hawthorne Street Bridge (Covington, Virginia)
Built 1900, Reconstructed 2006
Pratt through truss bridge over CSXT Railroad on E. Hawthorne Street in Covington
Open to traffic

Hay's Ranch Bridge (Rio Blanco County, Colorado)
Built 1901; rehabilitated 2001
Pony truss bridge over White River on CR 127
Open to traffic

Haybridge Road Bridge (St. Joseph County, Michigan)
Built 1912
Pony truss bridge over Fawn River on Haybridge Road
Closed to all traffic

Hayden Bridge (Lane County, Oregon)
Built 1882 in Corrine, Utah, 1901 Moved to current location, 1987 Abandoned, 2016 purchased for preservation
Rescued Whipple truss bridge over McKenzie River on Abandoned Weyerhauser Logging Railway in Springfield
Under Preservation

Haymaker Bridge (Bates County, Missouri)
Built 1907, named after Haymaker's mill, which was just west of the bridge's location in the 1870's.
Lost through truss bridge over Marais Des Cynges River on CR 2418, 3 miles northeast of Foster
No longer exists

Hays Bridge (Hancock County, Indiana)
Built 1887 by the Columbia Bridge Co.; rehabilitated 1983 and 2006
Pratt through truss bridge over Sugar Creek on CR 675 East
Open to traffic

Hays Street Bridge (Bexar County, Texas)
Originally built 1881 as a railroad bridge over the Nueces River; moved to current location in 1910 as a road bridge; rehabilitated and reopened to pedestrians in 2010
Whipple through truss bridge over Union Pacific Railroad on Hays Street in San Antonio
Open to pedestrians

Hazen Bridge (Champaign County, Illinois)
Built 1893; bypassed 1993
Bypassed pratt through truss bridge over Sangamon River on TR 85
Bypassed by a new bridge

Healdsburg Avenue Bridge (Sonoma County, California)
Built 1921
Through truss bridge over Russian River on Healdsburg Avenue in Healdsburg
Under construction

Hearst-Willits Road Bridge (Mendocino County, California)
Built 1957
Through truss bridge over Eel River on Hearst-Willits Road in Hearst
Open to traffic

Heart of Ohio Trail - Kokosing River Bridge (Knox County, Ohio)
through truss bridge over Kokosing River on Heart of Ohio Trail in Mount Vernon
Open to pedestrians only

Heartland Pathway - Shady Rest Bridge (Piatt County, Illinois)
Built 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Sangamon River on the Heartland Pathways, a rail trail converted from the former Illinois Central rail line
Open to pedestrians

Heartland Pathways - Sangamon River Bridge (Piatt County, Illinois)
Built 1890
Pratt through truss bridge over Sangamon River on the Heartland Pathways, a rail trail converted from the former Illinois Central rail line
Open to pedestrians

Hebron Bridge (Douglas County, Missouri)
Built 1914 at a cost of $5,900
Two-span through truss bridge over North Fork White River on CR 14-279 at Hebron Crossing Access
Open to one-lane traffic with a 6 ton weight limit

Heckel Road Bridge (Vanderburgh County, Indiana)
Built in 1893 by the Columbus Bridge Company
Through truss bridge over Bluegrass Creek on Heckel Road in Evansville
Open to traffic

Heizer Bridge (Barton County, Kansas)
Built in 1887 by the P.E. Lane Bridge & Iron Works
Abandoned through truss bridge over Walnut Creek, 0.5 mi. north and 0.5 mi. west of Heizer
Abandoned and deck appears to have been removed

Helena Bridge (St. Lawrence County, New York)
Built 1900 by Canton Bridge Co; Rehabilitated 1965; Closed c.2000
Pin connected Pratt through truss bridge over St. Regis River on CR 37
Closed to all traffic

Hell Gate Bridge (Queens County, New York)
Originally the world's longest steel arch bridge until the Bayonne Bridge was opened in 1932
Steel through arch bridge over Hell Gate (East River)
Open to traffic

Hellroaring Creek Bridge (Pawnee County, Oklahoma)
Built 1918
Pony truss bridge over Hellroaring Creek on E0480 Rd.
Open to traffic

Hendricks Creek Bridge (Wabaunsee County, Kansas)
Through truss bridge over Hendricks Creek on Fairfield Road, 0.7 mi. north and 0.2 mi. east of Alma
Open to traffic

Hendricks Ford Bridge (Bartholomew County, Indiana)
Built in 1880 by the King Bridge Company
Whipple through truss bridge over Driftwood River
Closed to all traffic

Henkins Ford Bridge (Caldwell County, Missouri)
Built 1887 by the King Bridge Co.; bypassed by new bridge in 2001
Through truss bridge over Shoal Creek on Catawba Road
Closed to traffic

Henry Bridge (Winneshiek County, Iowa)
Built 1911
Through truss bridge over Upper Iowa River on Scenic River Road
Open to traffic

Heritage Trail - Truss Bridge (Dubuque County, Iowa)
Built 1872, Relocated to Road 1889, relocated here in 1992, restored in 2011
Pratt through truss bridge on Heritage Trail
Open to pedestrians only

Hermi's Bridge (Fulton County, Georgia)
Built 1904 by the Cotton States Bridge Co.; bypassed 1974; rehabilitated 2010
Two-span through truss bridge over Chattahoochee River on Paces Ferry Road NW in Atlanta
Open to pedestrians

Hertzler Bridge (Cumberland County, Pennsylvania)
Built 1896; rehabilitated ca. 1960
Through truss bridge over Conodoguinet Creek on Creek Road (TR 427)
Open to traffic

Hiawatha Trail - Lake Mohawksin Bridge (Lincoln County, Wisconsin)
Built 1900
Pratt pony truss bridge over Lake Mohawksin on Hiawatha Trail
Open to traffic

Hibbs Ford Bridge (Putnam County, Indiana)
Built 1906, restored 2006
Through truss bridge over Deer Creek on Devil Backbone Road
Open to traffic

Hibernia Mine Railroad Bridge (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1879 as part of the Hibernia Mine Railroad, moved in 1894 to Hillsborough, and then relocated and rehabilitated in 2007 to be used on the Raritan River Greenway
Pratt through truss bridge over Raritan Power Canal on Raritan River Greenway
Open to pedestrians

Hickory Creek Bridge (Crawford County, Kansas)
Pony truss bridge over Hickory Creek, 9.5 mi. south and 0.7 mi. east of Walnut
Open to traffic

Hickory Island Bridge (Arenac County, Michigan)
ca.1900
Through truss bridge over Rifle River on Hickory Island Road
Currently closed to traffic

Hicks Hollow Bridge (Avery County, North Carolina)
Built 1932
Pin-connected Pratt through truss bridge over the Elk River on Hicks Hollow Road (County Road 1306)
Open to traffic

Higginsport Bridge (Brown County, Ohio)
Built ca.1885
Abandoned Whipple Truss bridge over White Oak Creek on Big Run Rd.
Abandoned

Higginsville Road Bridge North (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1890; rehabilitated 2000
Through truss bridge over South Branch Raritan River on Higginsville Road
Open to traffic

Higginsville Road Bridge South (Somerset County, New Jersey)
Built 1893; rehabilitated 2000
Through truss bridge over South Branch Raritan River on Higginsville Road
Open to traffic

High Banks Bridge (Delaware County, Indiana)
Built 1902 by the Indiana Bridge Co.
Through truss bridge over White River on CR 300S
Restored and reopened to traffic with a 13 Ton limit.

High Bridge (Muscatine County, Iowa)
Built 1891; Collapsed in 1899; Collapsed in again in 1956; Demolished in 1973
Lost Cantilevered Pennsylvania through truss bridge over Mississippi River on Walnut Street
Replaced by a new bridge upriver.

Highgate Falls Bridge (Franklin County, Vermont)
Built 1887 by Berlin Iron Bridge Co.; Bypassed 1976; Rehabilitated for pedestrian use in 2000
Pin connected Lenticular through truss bridge over Missisquoi River on Mill Hill Rd
Open to pedestrians

Highline Bridge (Wyandotte County, Kansas)
Built 1917; rehabilitated 2005
Two-level through truss bridge and network of approaches over Kansas River on the KCTRR in Kansas City
Open to traffic

Hill Road Bridge (Mendocino County, California)
Built 1925
Through truss bridge over Mill Creek on Hill Road
Open to traffic

Hinderman Bridge (Brown County, Minnesota)
Built in 1905 to replace a ferry operated by Captain Hinderman, damaged by flooding in 1951 but was later rebuilt, closed to traffic in 1987, later removed.
Lost Pratt pony truss bridge over Minnesota River on Township Road
No longer exists, removed after 1987

Hiouchi Bridge (Del Norte County, California)
Built 1929; damaged by an oversized truck on March 31, 1989; demolished August 1989
Lost cantilevered through truss bridge over Smith River on US 199
Replaced by new bridge

Hirschdale Road Bridge (Nevada County, California)
Parker through truss bridge over Truckee River on Old Hirschdale Road
Open to pedestrians

Hitchen Creek Bridge (Elk County, Kansas)
Pratt through truss bridge over Hitchen Creek
Open to private traffic.

Hoagland Bay Bridge (White County, Indiana)
Unknown but likely built on a county road and later acquired and moved to this location
Pratt pony truss bridge over Hoagland Ditch on Driftwood Loop (Private Drive)
Open to private traffic

Hoagland Ditch Bridge (White County, Indiana)
Built in 1884, dismantled and stored in 2014
Pony truss bridge over Hoagland Ditch on CR 500 West
Bridge has been safely dismantled until a new home can be found for it.